These days everyone who is anyone owns at least one tablet. However, not everyone wants to break the bank in order to get their hands on one.
Luckily, there are tablets available for every budget.
Depending on how much you have available to spend, these are the tablets you’ll definitely want to check out.
Android Tablets Under $100
I’m going to be honest with you: The less money you spend on a tablet, the more crappy the tablet is likely to be. We’re talking low memory, non-existent storage, and very few “goodies”.
If affordability is an issue, your best option is the Hisense Sero 7 LT which is currently available at Walmart for about $70. It has WiFi capabilities, a seven inch touch screen, 4GB of storage space (which can be expanded with a microSD card) and is Google-friendly.
The Hisense Sero 7 LT also has a camera for taking pictures and recording video.
If you’re looking for a cheap “starter tablet”, this is for you.
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If you want a bit more bang for your buck, you can check out the HP 7 Plus.
It has double the storage memory of the Hisense Sero 7 LT and is more highly recommended of the two android tablets. At $99.99 it can also be considered something of a bargain.
Android Tablets Under $250
Quality tablets will usually cost you somewhere between $150 and $250 dollars. The best and most popular tablets you can get in this price range are typically Samsung products.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs are seen as the answer to Apple’s iPads and are far more affordable.
— Forbes Tech News (@ForbesTech) July 27, 2014
The HP Slate S8-7600US is another option. The eight inch touch screen tablet actually comes equipped with Beats audio.
The most buzzed about tablet on the market right now is actually the Samsung Galaxy Tab S.
At $500, it is most definitely among the priciest non-Apple tablets, but it's also considered the best option for money well spent. If you can afford it, then definitely go for it!
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